The Hidden Costs of War
The “War on Terror” has become America’s longest running war. 2,700,000 troops have been deployed. More than 12,000 have been killed, over 52,000 have been wounded and the number of amputees and disfigurements continues to rise. Although a wounded soldier’s hospitalization is covered by the U. S. government, there are often hidden costs, delays and gaps in assistance during and after recovery. Governmental agencies typically do not provide for the cost of:
What Do We Do?
While Congress struggles with these issues we provide financial support to a select group of organizations that cut through the red tape and most effectively provide assistance to post 9/11 critically injured soldiers, their families and the survivors of the fallen.
What Can You Do?
You can join our effort to provide much needed revenue for a select group of excellent charities, which help to fill these gaps in care.
You Can …
- Donate raffle/auction items: event tickets, electronics, unused timeshares, vacation home rentals etc.
- Connect us with Radio, TV and Sports’ personalities
- Place our website address in your emails
Honoring Service Saluting Sacrifice
“One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.”
- John F. Kennedy
- State-of-the-art prosthetics and specialized adaptive equipment
- Family support during hospitalization and recovery
- Proper PTSD and suicide prevention programs
- Compassionate mentoring for children of the fallen
- Service dogs for the disabled